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very creative! just wondering about the wifi booster, would the boost be directional so if I'm not pointed towards it, it wouldn't boost?
I'm willing to do this.
i wanna build this too! Still trying to get funds to make it though.
I can build this. Need more specific instruction.
So you have a specific set of rfid tags that activate the reader specifically, when all the readers are activated by their respective cards it buzzes?
Depends on your props. If you have a 10x4.5 for example that can draw 20-30A, so you will still need a high discharge rate battery. Using LiOn batteries would be dangerous and could blow up -- same thing happens with LiPo where they get bloated.
Yes there are. Sorry if I wasn't clear before, but my point is the ability to discharge about 30A continuously. You can use 9V batteries in parallel until you have 30A but if it cannot discharge this continuously it would be quite useless. 30A LiOn batteries could be because it has a high mAh but low discharge rate like Rx LiPo batteries - these must not be used for flight (though it will fly it will get bloated and is an extreme fire hazard. The amperage draw is simply >= mAh * discharge rate. So I can have a 20C lipo with 1000mAh that can give 20A, and a 1C LiOn with 20,000mAh, that is still 20A. However, the former can sustain an RC plane while the latter cannot.
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Thanks for your advice! I updated the main picture as well as added all the images for each step. I will be publishing more instructables in the future regarding a full autopilot to make it more complete!
It's not quite complete yet, but it's getting there. This is my first instructable, let me know in the comments how I can improve it.
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This is beautiful! I wanna make one with my friends and play it. I'm looking into learning app development. Do you mind if I model it off you game?
That is awesome!
Step 11 should be the last thing you do before flying. Putting propellers on that early and accidentally powering it on is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS!
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